Supporting Survivors with Disabilities
We aim to ensure that survivors with disabilities are aware of the available support and provide awareness to the campus community.
Trauma and Returning to “Normal” Life After COVID-19
Skye Sarac reflects on the difficult academic year that is nearly behind us and the challenges some have faced.
Ten Ways to Create Protected, Community Support Spaces
As you plan virtual and/or in-person community support space, remember that individuals process events and circumstances very differently.
Mental Health Tips and Resources During COVID-19
During these trying times, it is imperative to take care of both your physical and mental health.
NC State Celebrates Latinx Heritage Month
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity invites the campus community to participate in NC State’s 2018 Latinx Heritage Month Celebration.
Listening Parties Provide Reflection on Social Issues
The Women’s Center hosted its Welcome Back Wolfpack Listening Party on August 24, 2018. The session focused on KOD, the fifth studio album of artist J. Cole, who is originally from Fayetteville, NC